IOC launches global #StrongerTogether campaign to mark one year to go to Tokyo 2020

The IOC launched the #StrongerTogether campaign on 23 July 2020, one year before the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 to be held in 2021. The digital-led initiative brings to life the unity and solidarity of the Olympic community at a moment when the world can’t physically be together.
With the support of3d chess online over 100 National Olympic Committees, International Federations, future and past Olympic Games host cities, Worldwide Olympic TOP Partners and Rights-Holding-Broadcasters, the campaign reached people in over 130 countries with this message of hope.
The campaign started with a live digital and TV moment featuring the Japanese swimmer Rikako Ikee and the Olympic flame, which still burns in Japan. That spark launched a series of digital content and social media experiences that will run for the origchess coachinal dates of the Tokyo 2020 Games, 24 July to 9 August, and through to 21 August across the Olympic Channel and Olympic social media handles.
The first wave of activities on 23 July featured a series of Instagram live chats with athletes, including record-breaking gymnast Simone Biles.
To get people involved, a digital “flame” relay brought together 17 past and future host cities as they shared their flame moment at past Olympic Games with Tokyo 2020 in a show of solidarity on Twitter.
Fans also got to experience the Olympic flame come to life through a Twitter emoji engine. When a fan sent a Tweet with @Olympics #StrongerTogether 🔥, they received anmikhail tal chess games automatic reply from @Olympics with a surprise clip of an Olympic cauldron moment from history. This is running from 23 July until 21 Augustplaychess blitz.
In addition,150 iconic Olympic moment GIFs have been released on Tenor for people to use across all social media platforms.
At the centre of the campaign are the athletes who, through their tremendous determination and perseverance, now, more than ever, are inspiring examples of the human spirit. Their voice and stories lead the campaign on social media in one-on-one conversations and by sharing what made them stronger during this difficult time, and how they have found the resilience to re-focus on their Olympic dream.
Speaking about this, Christopher Carrol, IOC Director Digital Engagement & Marketing, said: “#StrongerTogether is the response of the IOC and a reflection of the Olympic community to this unique moment in history. With an aligned global marketing approach, the IOC unites the Olympic community behind the athletes and their resilience, as well as using the power of sport to bring us together even in the most difficult times. In doing this we have engaged millions of people across the world through digital activities that bring to life the Olympic spirit of solidarity.”
Still to come are 16 days of iconic, hair-raising Great Olympic Moments released every day on the Olympic Channel between 24 July and 21 August. A five-day festival of Olympian and Paralympian Athlete Experiences from 24 to 29 July will be hosted on the Airbnb website and select Olympic digital channels. This will feature live digital experiences with atonline chess tempohletes like Naomi Osaka, Yusra Mardini, Rui Hachimura, Allyson Felix and Lex Gillette.
To find out more about what’s happening next in #StrongerTogether on the road to the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020, go to the Olympic Channel or follow the latest on the Olympic social media handles.
The International Olympic Committee is a not-for-profit independent international organisation made up of volunteers, which is committed to building a better world through sport. It redistributes more than 90 per cent of its income to the wider sporting movement, which means that every day the equivalent of 3.4 million US dollars goes to help athletes and sports organisations at all levels around the world.
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